Heritage Humane Society is rich with partners who are eager to help us meet our mission of providing a compassionate haven for stray or unwanted companion animals, educating the public about humane care and treatment, advocating animal welfare, and promoting adoption to measurably reduce overpopulation and pet homelessness.
Supporting our Military, Veterans, and their beloved Pets to ensure the pets are reunited with their owners following a deployment (combat or peace-keeping mission) in harm’s way to fight the global war on terrorism or unforeseen emergency hardship impacting their ability to retain their pet’s ownership rights.
Gone to the Dogs is a no-kill, all-breed/mixed breed dog rescue organization located in central Virginia. Gone to the Dogs specializes in re-homing dogs that have been abandoned, have been rescued after running out of time at kill shelters, or have lost their homes for a variety of reasons.
Rescue Me! helps find homes for rescue dogs, rescue cats, as well as horses, rabbits and birds.
Pawsitively Precious Adoptions is a very small non-profit rescue group created in 2006 to assist homeless cats and kittens in the Williamsburg area. We provide local TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) services for feral cats, and try to find homes for the tame or abandoned cats rescued from our TNR sites. Our purpose is to humanely, compassionately, and non-lethally control cat overpopulation by spaying and neutering
Our mission is to bring about a time when there are no more homeless pets.
The Mission of the Peninsula SPCA is to advocate and provide for the humane care and welfare of animals. We are committed to finding a loving home for every orphaned pet in our community.
Our mission is to bring about a time when there are no more homeless pets.
Guided by the principles that every life has value and is worthy of respect and protection, and that animals contribute positively to the health, happiness, and quality of human life, the GMHS mission is to serve both animals and people by strengthening the human-animal bond as we build a more humane community.
Founded in 1910, the Dumb Friends League is a national leader in providing humane care to lost and abandoned animals, rescuing sick, injured and abused animals, adopting pets to new homes, helping pets stay in homes, and educating pet owners and the public about the needs of companion animals.
Pilots N Paws supplies a meeting environment for those who rescue or shelter animals and plane owners willing to assist with the transportation of animals.
Heritage Humane Society is a proud participant in the Hill’s Pet Nutrition “Food, Shelter and Love Program.”  The awarded contract, valued at $36,000, provides free food for 12 months.  The only expense to the Society is the cost of shipping the monthly supply.  Hill’s will also provide Science Diet adoption starter kits so all newly adopted animals can start off on the right paw.
The Shelter Pet Project is the result of a collaborative effort between two leading animal welfare groups, The Humane Society of the United States and Maddie’s Fund, and the leading producer of public service advertising (PSA) campaigns, The Ad Council. Our goal is to make shelters the first place potential adopters turn when looking to get a new pet, ensuring that all healthy and treatable pets find loving homes. We do this by breaking down misconceptions surrounding shelter pets and communicating that “A person is the best thing to happen to a shelter pet. Be that person. Adopt.”
Heritage Humane Society is proud to be aligned with organizations who share our passion for the welfare of animals. Please look below for information about these compassionate organizations.